Citroen has taken a shocking method on the subject of the successor of the C4 Cactus. The put it in as few phrases as attainable, it received’t get a direct alternative, and the ‘Cactus’ moniker may reportedly die with it, at the very least within the foreseeable future.
The data has been introduced ahead by TopGear, who spoke to the corporate’s product chief, Xavier Peugeot. “In the intervening time, this automotive is our C-segment hatch provide. Our subsequent C-segment automotive to come back will change the C4 Cactus. This would be the finish of the Cactus. For the title, I don’t know but, however for the automotive, sure.”
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May this imply new technology C4 hatchback is coming? Maybe, and it positive looks like an excellent time to contemplate it, on condition that the second-gen Peugeot 308 is in for a significant makeover. The 308 was launched again in 2013, and it’s in dying want of a brand new technology to rival the likes of the newest Ford Focus, upcoming Volkswagen Golf and refreshed Renault Megane.
In flip, a brand new Citroen compact hatchback will problem the likes of the identical vehicles, in addition to others in Europe’s aggressive phase. Nevertheless, it won’t be restricted to the Previous Continent, as everybody is aware of that Peugeot will relaunch within the U.S. market subsequent decade, so there’s a (small) chance that sister-brand Citroen may observe in its footsteps.
If the C4 Cactus nonetheless appears interesting, even after the facelift that has made it much less funky, then you may nonetheless get one. In Germany, the comfort-focused crossover kicks off at €17,690 ($20,111) and within the UK it may be had from £19,070 ($24,290).